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College-wide Representative Will Palmer (18C) discusses the restructure bill, which he authored, at a Feb. 27 Student Government Association (SGA) meeting. / Michelle Lou, News Editor

  About 2.2 percent of the Emory undergraduate student body voted in the undergraduate-wide referendum on the Student Government Association (SGA) restructure bill, which passed 133-36 Wednesday night, according to Brendan Moriarty, OrgSync information systems coordinator. The restructure bill amends ...
Yiqian Wang, Contributing

When the Student Programming Council (SPC) announced this year’s Homecoming lineup, their selections were met with mixed reactions. Some screamed in excitement when they heard that Smash Mouth would be performing at Emory University, and others felt underwhelmed with SPC’s ...
Ruth Reyes, Photo Editor

The moment I opened the doors to Harland Cinema, it became clear that people weren’t bursting with excitement about this year’s Homecoming comedy show. The theater hummed softly on Wednesday evening, barely full as attendees awaited comedian Chris Distefano. The ...
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The Chainsmokers will perform on Saturday, April 9, and bring this year’s Dooley’s Week, themed “Dooleywood,” to a close, according to an official announcement made by Student Programming Council (SPC) in a YouTube video. SPC reached an agreement with The ...
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About 1000 Emory students, alumni and guests came to McDonough Field on both Friday and Saturday to enjoy the homecoming concerts featuring Shwayze and Indigo Girls, according to Student Programming Council (SPC) Advisor Becka Shetty. Stage lights illuminated the field while it continuously rained ...
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Comedy and political correctness are at odds in today’s entertainment industry. Many comedians have vocalized their dismay at how “PC” or “politically correct” particular audiences, especially college students, are these days. Take, for example, Jerry Seinfeld, famous for his clean ...
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The Grammy award-winning folk rock duo — and Emory alumnae — the Indigo Girls will perform for the 2015 Emory Homecoming concert. The concert, which will take place on Saturday, Sept. 26 on McDonough Field, is one of the many festivities planned to celebrate Emory’s 100th year in ...
Photo by Erin Baker | Staff

Photo by Andrew Ie | Staff

— Compiled by Brandon Fuhr, Assistant Digital Editor.